Image of Critical Condition


Image of Critical Condition

A rousing pace, an intricately crafted plot and a subtle hint of romance draw the reader in. Mabry has the uncommon ability to take medical details and make them understandable, while still maintaining accuracy and intrigue. He will leave you asking whodunit until the end.

Dr. Shannon Frasier deals with death every day in her career, but it’s different when it’s personal. She was unable to save her boyfriend, who died in her arms. Then, a man dies in her front yard, but not before leaving a cryptic message. The mystery man seems to be connected to Shannon’s sister, Megan, who shows up at her door seeking assistance. Megan’s boyfriend is found dead, which places Megan as a possible suspect in two murders. Threatening calls rattle Shannon, leaving her faith wavering. Is this one more mess of Megan’s that Shannon must clean up, or is it something more personal? (THOMAS NELSON, Apr., 336 pp., $15.99)
Reviewed by: 
Leslie L. McKee